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Antic Magazine Collection
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167
ITEMS
151,282
VIEWS
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From Wikipedia: Antic was the name of a home computer magazine devoted to the Atari 8-bit computer line (Atari 400/800 and compatibles). Its ISSN is 0113-1141. It took its name from the ANTIC chip which produced the Atari line's graphics. The first issue was published in April 1982. While it began as a bimonthly magazine, within a year it had gone monthly. The last issue was in June/July 1990. All told, 88 issues were published. A "Best of" book was also published. Its main rival in...
Compute! Magazine Archive
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170
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870,824
VIEWS
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From Wikipedia: Compute! (ISSN 0194-357X) was an American computer magazine that was published from 1979 to 1994, though it can trace its origin to 1978 in Len Lindsay's PET Gazette, one of the first magazines for the Commodore PET computer. In its 1980s heyday Compute! covered all major platforms, and several single-platform spinoffs of the magazine were launched. The most successful of these was Compute!'s Gazette, catering to Commodore computer users. The magazine's original goal was to...
Computist Magazine Archive
collection
107
ITEMS
155,151
VIEWS
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eye 155,151
Computist magazine was an Apple-II oriented publication distributed and sold between 1981 and 1993. Created by Charles Haight of Softkey Publishing, the magazine was dedicated primarily to issues of copy protection, duplication of software, and matters related to the deprotection process. Originally called Hardcore Computing , the name was soon changed after a young reader's parent complained about the adult-sounding title. Besides the main Computist magazine, Softkey also published related...
The Computer Journal
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82
ITEMS
57,458
VIEWS
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eye 57,458
The Computer Journal, Supporting the Trailing Edge of Technology, was published from 1983 to 1998.
6502 Assembly Lanuage Rountines part 2
Topics: byte, address, lda, bytes, length, string, sta, array, program, data, starting address, high byte,...
Folkscanomy: Apple Computer-Related Documentation
by Leventhal, Lance A., 1945-; Saville, Winthrop, 1949-
texts
eye 819
favorite 2
comment 0
6502 Assembly Lanuage Rountines part 1
Topics: lda, byte, address, sta, memory, addr, bytes, accumulator, array, memory locations, return address,...
Using 6502 Assembly Language (1982)(Datamost)
Topics: assembly, lda, language, apple, datamost, randy, hyde, instruction, printing, accumulator, assembly...
Folkscanomy: Apple Computer-Related Documentation
by Leventhal, Lance A., 1945-; Saville, Winthrop, 1949-
texts
eye 4,878
favorite 5
comment 0
6502 Assembly Language Subroutines
Topics: byte, address, lda, sta, bytes, array, data, length, memory, high byte, low byte, starting address,...
Folkscanomy: Apple Computer-Related Documentation
texts
eye 4,670
favorite 3
comment 0
6502 Assembly Language Programming
Topics: byte, instruction, lda, equ, jsr, code, instructions, assembly, flag, program, assembly language,...
TPUG Magazine
collection
23
ITEMS
17,253
VIEWS
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Short for Toronto Pet Users Group. This newsletter archive is missing Issues #1 and #6. TPUG Magazine #25 - (August/September) 1986 - Flight Simulation #24 - (June/July) 1986 - Orphan Computers #23 - (May) 1986 - Computer Languages #22 - (April) 1986 - Computers In Education #21 - March 1986 - Exploring The C-128 #20 - January/February 1986 - Artificial Intelligence #19 - December 1985 - Graphics #18 - November 1985 - Computer Music #17 - October 1985 - Telecommunications #16 - August/September...
The Transactor Magazine
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67
ITEMS
85,296
VIEWS
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The Transactor magazine started as a 2-page newsletter dated April 30, 1978 and was published throughout the 1980's. One of the noted C64 hardware-hacking magazines, it was originally published by Commodore Canada. It was purchased from BMB Compuscience, the parent company, by the entire editorial team in April 1987 and sold to Antony Jacobsen & Ben Lewis, Croftward Limited (the publisher of Commodore Computing International among others) in November 1988. Croftward continued publishing...
BYTE Magazine Rescans
collection
42
ITEMS
187,625
VIEWS
collection
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Rescans of issues found within the BYTE Magazine collection . Byte magazine was a microcomputer magazine, influential in the late 1970s and throughout the 1980s because of its wide-ranging editorial coverage. Whereas many magazines from the mid-1980s had been dedicated to the MS-DOS (PC) platform or the Mac, mostly from a business or home user's perspective, Byte covered developments in the entire field of "small computers and software", and sometimes other computing fields such as...
Micro 6502 Journal
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76
ITEMS
100,549
VIEWS
collection
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MICRO: the 6502 Journal was a 6502-specific magazine published by Robert M. Tripp. From apple2history.org description of MICRO 6502 Journal: Robert M. Tripp got his start with computers in 1960 as an undergraduate in an unrelated field. He found the computer programming so interesting that he became a programmer in 1969, and started with the 6502 microprocessor in 1976, initially with the KIM-1 trainer sold by MOS Technology. He started a business, “The COMPUTERIST”, and sold the KIM-1...
Topics: 6502 Micro Journal, 6502, Newsletters
NZ Bits and Bytes
collection
48
ITEMS
42,580
VIEWS
collection
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This magazine was the first national periodical devoted to the growing microcomputer "scene" in New Zealand. As it doesn't focus on one particular model or market, the pages are interesting historical snapshots of what was happening at the time. The first issue was published in September, 1982. Those that were here at the time will recall that this was also the era of "Muldoonism". The economy was tightly controlled and import duties and sales taxes were high. Hence...
Acorn User Magazine
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329
ITEMS
197,596
VIEWS
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Acorn User magazine was founded by Acorn Computers in 1982, contract-published by Addison-Wesley, to coincide with the launch of the BBC Micro. It covered the range of Acorn home computers, the BBC Micro and Atom at first and later the Electron, Archimedes and Risc PC. The first issue was dated July/August 1982. From the April 1984 issue, the magazine came under the control of Redwood Publishing, a company recently founded by Michael Potter (a former publisher at Haymarket Publishing),...
NASA Network Resource and Training Site
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232,460
ITEMS
5.8M
VIEWS
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Documents and information from the NASA Network Resource and Training Site.
Apple II Library: Applications
by Bredon, Glen E.
software
eye 909
favorite 1
comment 0
Merlin-8 v2.47 (19xx)(Bredon, Glen E.) Merlin 8 was a commercial 6502 macroassembler for the Apple II series of computers. Initially available for DOS 3.3, it eventually supported ProDOS and was updated for 65C02 and 65816 processors. With the introduction of the IIgs, the product was split into Merlin 8 (for 8-bit Apple II computers) and Merlin 16 for the 16-bit IIgs. All of these variations were included in the same retail package as time went on. In addition to the standard editing...
Acorn System 1 Manuals
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5
ITEMS
3,913
VIEWS
collection
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The Acorn System 1, initially called the Acorn Microcomputer (Micro-Computer), was an early 8-bit microcomputer for hobbyists, based on the MOS 6502 CPU, and produced by British company Acorn Computers from 1979.The system was designed by then-Cambridge-undergraduate student Sophie Wilson. It was Acorn's first product. It was a small machine built on two Eurocard-standard circuit boards: One card (shown right) with the I/O part of the computer: a LED seven segment display, a 25-key keypad...
The Software Library: Atari Computer
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12,902
ITEMS
1.7M
VIEWS
collection
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The Atari 8-bit family is a series of 8-bit home computers introduced by Atari, Inc. in 1979 and manufactured until 1992. All are based on the MOS Technology 6502 CPU running at 1.79 MHz, roughly twice that of similar designs, and were the first home computers designed with custom co-processor chips. This architecture allowed the Atari designs to offer graphics and sound capabilities that were more advanced than contemporary machines. Overall, the Atari 8-bit computer line was a commercial...
TOSEC: The Old School Emulation Center
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233
ITEMS
9.7M
VIEWS
collection
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The Old School Emulation Center (TOSEC) is a retrocomputing initiative dedicated to the cataloging and preservation of software, firmware and resources for microcomputers, minicomputers and video game consoles. The main goal of the project is to catalog and audit various kinds of software and firmware images for these systems. As of release 2012-09-15, TOSEC catalogs over 200 unique computing platforms and continues to grow. As of this time the project had identified and cataloged 466,396...
TOSEC: The Old School Emulation Center
software
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favorite 1
comment 0
Orao (en. Eagle) was an 8-bit computer developed by PEL Varaždin in 1984. It was used as a standard primary school computer in Croatia and Vojvodina from 1985 to 1991. Orao (code named YU102) was designed by Miroslav Kocijan to supersede Galeb (code named YU101). The goal was to make a better computer, yet with less components, easier to produce and less expensive. Originally the Motorola 6809 microprocessor was planned for the CPU but was abandoned for MOS 6502 due to its significantly lower...
Community Texts
texts
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Schematics for Acorn's System products - Eurocard, 6502, microprocessor based control computers. As posted at http://www.stardot.org.uk/forums/viewtopic.php?f=44&t=11313 Also, an article about the 40-column video board, which uses a 6845 and a teletext display chip, taken from Practical Electronics, October 1980. The schematics include: 6502 MicroComputer (Drawing 100,000/C dated 23-08-79) Keyboard, Display & Cassette Interface (Drawing 100,001/C dated 26-08-79) 40x25 VDU (Teletext)...
Topics: acorn computers, acorn system, 6502, microcomputer, teletext, 6502, microcomputer